Zane is a native of the northwest and grew up in east Portland. He graduated from Eastern Washington University in 2003 with a Masters in Physical Therapy. He also has a BS in Human Biology. Zane believes that regardless of where the patient receives physical therapy, it must be comprehensive; encompassing not only tools to treat inflammation and pain, soft tissue dysfunction, muscle imbalances, and specific weakness as well as overall functional limitations, but also enhancing the patient’s ability to treat themselves and continue to thrive on an independent basis. In addition to treating orthopedic conditions, his other professional interests include the management of chronic headaches to include migraines as well as other chronic pain conditions. When not in the clinic Zane loves to spend time with his wife Leslie and their two children Zoe and Gage, at home in Washington. They enjoy snow skiing, fishing, camping, and other outdoor activities. Zane and Leslie are heavily involved in their community and in promoting a healthy lifestyle.
James began working for Camas Physical Therapy as a PT in 2017, but was a former employee of Timberline and Camas PT for several years while working towards his degrees. He earned his BS in Kinesiology at Washington State University in 2010. He then moved to San Diego County and received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in 2015. He has lived in Washington on and off since 2000, graduating from Camas High School in 2005. James uses an evidence-based approach to create a personalized plan of care that fits the needs of each patient. He believes in working closely with patients to develop goals that will lead to improved function. Outside of work, James enjoys spending time with family and friends, staying active, and sports.
Physical Therapist Assistant
Becky Sorensen was born and raised in the Rogue River Valley of Southern Oregon but spent the majority of her life in scenic Northwest Montana. She spent her early years in Montana working in Optometry but changed careers in 2013 when she became licensed as a Physical Therapist Assistant. Becky is fully committed to focusing on the individual; listening well, and executing a plan of care that is unique for each and every patient. Becky is passionate about making the world a better place by taking care of one patient at a time, creating a connection that achieves personal success. When she is not helping patients she is busy with flower gardening, needle-arts and pottery.